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Octavius V. Catto

As Black History Month comes to a close, Jim wanted to highlight a man who was often forgotten in our history books. A teacher, a Philly baseball player, and a civil rights activist, Octavius V. Catto spent his short life working to integrate Philadelphia and fought for voting rights for African Americans. Jim has spent almost a decade working to build a statue of Catto on City Hall property — one that will pay tribute to all of Catto's accomplishments for the city of Philadelphia.

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"The kind of heart and values we need"

As an activist, community college professor, and the President of the Philadelphia Chapter of the National Organization for Women from 2001 to 2009, I've had the privilege of working with many of Philadelphia's leaders. And I've seen Jim's unique ability to build the broad based coalition necessary to govern our city. That's why I'm working to make sure he's our next mayor.

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Our Retirees Deserve a Cost of Living Increase

As a councilman, Jim Kenney stood up for retired police, firefighters and other city workers, and demanded that they get more regular cost of living increases. Even with the passage of Kenney's bill, those retirees will get their first cost of living increase in seven years in 2015. Mayoral candidate Lynne Abraham said the legislation was an example of Jim's "fiscal irresponsibility." Here's what one firefighter's family had to say about that:

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Meet Jim

Born and raised in South Philly, Jim Kenney has spent his life fighting to create opportunity for all Philadelphians. The son of a firefighter, Jim became the first in his family to graduate from college and went on to serve as a Democratic City Councilman-at-Large. In City Council, Jim stood up for Philadelphia's working families - fighting for a real, living wage, increased funding for public education, and to protect the rights of firefighters and police.

A proud progressive, Jim also led the way on broader protections for LGBTQ Philadelphians, marijuana decriminalization, and a more sensible immigration policy by ending ICE holds that tear families apart. As Mayor, Jim will continue to move Philadelphia forward by making quality public education and job training a right in every neighborhood.

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